Sudan: United Popular Movement Party - Release of Detainees Pave the Way for Peace

Sudanese President Omar al Bashir at a State function in Uganda. African Union leaders have consistently refused to enforce an ICC arrest warrant against the Sudanese leader.

Khartoum — The United Popular Movement Party has welcomed the decision taken by the president of the Republic on the release of all political detainees in the country.

Ahmed Adam Mohamady the chair of the party, told the Sudan news agency that the decision would pave the way for peace and create a positive political climate that would enable participants to take part in the deliberation leading to the adoption of a permanent constitution in the Sudan.

He urged rebel movements to join the peace process and reach a lasting solution to the challenges facing the homeland.

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